HWiNFO32 and HWiNFO64 v4.20 released


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HWiNFO32 v4.20 and HWiNFO64 v4.20 available.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS Z87 series mainboards.
  • Improved reporting of memory timings on Haswell.
  • Disabled GPU I2C scan on DELL laptops with ATI FirePro M7820.
  • Enhanced support of CHL8266 and CHL8318 on GPUs.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on Gigabyte 990XA/990FXA mainboards.
  • Enhanced reporting of GPU clock on AMD Trinity, Richland and Kabini.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on Biostar A55/A75/A85 series mainboards.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASRock Z87 series mainboards.
  • Added nVidia GeForce GTX 775M.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS H87, B85, Q87, Z87, P9D WS, SABERTOOTH Z87, GRYPHON Z87 and MAXIMUS VI series.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on MSI Z87 series.
  • Fixed support of Nuvoton NCT6791.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE Z87 series.
  • Added AMD Mullins, Hawaii and Vesuvius.
  • Sensor configuration redesign.
  • Added ability to show/hide sensor window columns.
  • Added ability to change position of sensor items.
  • Added enumeration and SMART monitoring of USB-ATA drives.
Hi Martin,

How are you doing. Your latest release appears to be running fine on W 7 Pro SP 1, W 8 Pro and W 8.1 Pro. I am including a link so you can see how I am using the sensor window so far on W 8 Pro. I have been spending allot of time in Multi Boot and OS's. There is a fair amount of cross pollination between the OS's so I am considering using the Hyper-V and Active Directory features in W 8 Pro instead but have to learn all about Visualization first.

W 8 Pro Desktop, with the task bar up on purpose, and a stock Theme. :D

You might have heard over there, that Calgary, AB, Canada, had a sever and extreme Flooding Crisis recently. The levels and flow rates were more then twice anything ever recorded here. I was not effected directly with the water even thought I live about halfway between the two flooding rivers. I did however loose Cable which means Internet, radio and TV for several days which slowed me right down in my OS exploration. Twitter and SMS turned out to be invaluable as many have proclaimed. Well that about does it, Martin.

Best Regards